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Soulsavers - The Light The Dead See (2012)

23-01-2016, 14:09
Rock | Alternative | Indie | Electronic

Title: The Light The Dead See
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Universal Music
Genre: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:49:42
Total Size: 100 mb


01 – La Ribera Edit
02 – In The Morning
03 – Longest Day
04 – Presence Of God
05 – Just Try
06 – Gone Too Far
07 – Point Sur Pt. 1
08 – Take Me Back Home
09 – Bitterman
10 – I Can’t Stay
11 – Take
12 – Tonight

Having traveled the dusty road previously with alt rock singer Mark Lanegan, U.K. production duo Soulsavers turn to the equally tortured soul Dave Gahan on The Light the Dead See, but this European union still opens their album with a mournful harmonica. Of course, Soulsavers have long been the production duo who prefers the sounds of spaghetti westerns to synthesizers, while making their guests sound as grand and grave as Leonard Cohen lost in the high lonesome, so this Depeche in exile is a perfect fit. Brooding across canyons here, Gahan is somewhere between James Dean and a preacher in this atmosphere, and even if his talk of darkness, the Devil, saviors, and the price you pay has all been covered with the Mode, he still sounds renewed, making sliding the downward spiral sound as intoxicating as ever, even when he explains what waits for those who hit the bottom. It's the grand closing suite of "Take" (just guitar, voice, piano, and that harmonica, but as emotionally big as any of the orchestral numbers) and "Tonight" (an actual rock number designed to the return the listener to earth after such a dour journey) that seals the deal, making The Light the Dead See not just an exciting meeting of troubled minds, but a well designed full-length, offering a persuasive rainy day soundtrack that works even when there's not a cloud in the sky.

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